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My son is 7 month old.He has persistent cough from last 3 months.Doctors are giving antibiotics and expectorant to him but still cough persists.?
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Dr. Ryan Stanton
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: Further evaluation
First, if there is no indication for antibiotics, they need to be stopped.
Cough could be several things, including asthma, reflux, etc. You may need to see someone else if you aren't getting anywhere. A pediatric pulmonologist may be a good way to go.

In brief: Further evaluation
First, if there is no indication for antibiotics, they need to be stopped.
Cough could be several things, including asthma, reflux, etc. You may need to see someone else if you aren't getting anywhere. A pediatric pulmonologist may be a good way to go.
Dr. Ryan Stanton
Dr. Ryan Stanton
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Dr. Gary Steven
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: Allergies possible
Lots of things cause cough in infants, such as allergies/asthma and reflux.
An allergist can help sort this out.

In brief: Allergies possible
Lots of things cause cough in infants, such as allergies/asthma and reflux.
An allergist can help sort this out.
Dr. Gary Steven
Dr. Gary Steven
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